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Full text of "The Young people's hymnal : adapted to the use of Sunday schools, Epworth leagues, prayer meetings, and revivals"

YOUNG PEOPLE'S 



HYMNAL 






BY 



W. D, KIRKLAND, D.D., 

JAMES ATKINS, D.D„ 

WM. J. KIRKPATRICK. 



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BARBEE L SMITH, AGENTS. 

Publishing House M, E, Church, South, 

NASHVILLE, TENN. 
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YOUNG PEOPLE'S 

Ib^mnal. 



ADAPTED TO THE USE OF SUNDAY SCHOOLS, EPWORTH LEAGUES, 
PRAYER MEETINGS, AND REVIVALS. 



BY 

W. D. KIRKLAND, D.D., 

JAMES ATKINS, D.D., 

WILLIAM J. KIRKPATRICK. 



Nashville, Tenn. : 

Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. 

Barbee & Smith, Agents. 

1897. 



PREFACE. 

The Young People's Hymnal is issued in accordance with a resolution 
passed by the General Conference at Memphis in May, 1894. 

Dr. W. D. Kirkland, the late Sunday School Editor, had made considerable 
progress in the work of preparing the contents of the book before his death, 
which occurred May 31, 1896. 

The plan adopted in the determination of material for the book was, we be- 
lieve, most wisely chosen. 

Persons of taste and experience in every section of the territory occupied 
by the Church were consulted as to the hymns and music best suited to the 
use of young people in their various grades of work. A record was made of 
the thousands of responses thus obtained, the vote for pieces was tabulated, 
and selections were made from those having the highest number. To these 
were added many new songs procured or produced by Prof. W. J. Kirkpatrick,. 
the music editor. As a result of this cooperative method we are able to present 
to the religious public a song book of extraordinary variety and richness in re- 
spect both to the hymns and the tunes. Our musical friends will find in it a 
rare combination of that gravity which rightly belongs to religious music, with 
that brightness which lends to sacred song a charm for joyous young people 
of all communions. The double aim has been to advance religious life and to 
make all the life of our young people brighter and happier. 

We would, in one word, remind pastors, superintendents, and other leaders 
of religious work how vast a power resides in good music for insuring attend- 
ance upon meetings of every kind, and for the refinement and enlargement of 
character in all who are brought under its charming influence. 

We send the book forth with the hope that it may find favor with the pub- 
lic; and that, above all, it may find acceptance with Him who is pleased to 
" inhabit the praises of Israel." James Atkins, Sunday School Editor. 

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Copyright, 1897. 



The Young People's Hymnal 



No. 1. 



HOLY, HOLY, HOLY! 



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No. 4. I NEVER WILL CEASE TO LOVE HIM. 



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Just now I feel his cleansing pow'r, I nev-er will cease to love him. 

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No. 5. 



JESUS SAVES! 



Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved."— Acts xvi. 31. 



Priscilla J. Owens. 



Wm. J. KlRKPATRICK. 




1. We have heard the joy - ful sound: Je - sus saves! Je - sus saves! 

2. "Waft it on the roll - ing tide : Je - sus saves ! Je - sus saves '. 

3. Sing a - bove the bat - tie strife, Je - sus saves ! Je - sus saves .' 

4. Give the winds a might - y voice : Je - sus saves ! Je - sus saves ! 




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Tell to sin - ners far and wide : 
By his death and end - less life : 
Let the na - tions now re - joice : 



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Bless'd, that I may be a bless- ing, Use me, Sav-iour, ev - 'ry day. 
Riv - ers of thy grace are prom-ised. More and more may I re - ceive. 
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I SURRENDER ALL. 



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4 All to Jesus I surrender, 

Lord, I give myself to thee, 
Fill me with thy love and power, 
Let thy blessing fall on me. 



5 All to Jesus I surrender, 

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No. 9. 



MUSIC AND LOVE. 



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STEPPING IN THE LIGHT. 



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2. There's mu- sic in rnysoul to-day, A ear- ol to my King, 

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4. There's glad-ness in my soul to-day, And hope, and praise, and love, 

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Than glows in a - ny earthly sky, For Je - sus is my light. 

And Je - sus, list - eu-ing. can hear The songs I can -not sing. 

The dove of peace sings in my heart, The flow 'rs of grace ap - pear. 

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No. 12. REJOICE, REJOICE, THE LOST IS FOUND. 



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1. Joyfully march a- long, and shout the song To the earth's re-mot- est 

2. Wanderer far a- way from love to-day, In the sea of sin so 

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low, A call from home now bids you " come," Arise and say " I'll go." 

grace. And roy - al fare, they now pre-pare, Be- fore his smil- ing face. 
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Your va - cant chair is wait-ing there. And raiment white as snow! 

A - way with fears ! a - way with tears! Receive his fond em-brace ! 
11 Re-deem-er!" "King!" for-ev-er sing The loved ones gathered there ! 



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No. 13. 



THROW OUT THE LIFE-LINE. 



( MAY BE SUNG AS A SOLO AND CHORUS.) 



Rev. E. S. Ufford. 



E. S. U. Arr. by Geo. C. Stebbins. 




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2. Throw out the life - line with hand quick and strong: Why do you 

3. Throw out the life - line to dan - ger-fraught men, Sink-ing in 

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flo. 14. 



THE BEAUTIFUL LIGHT. 



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We are walk- ing in the light; Find on earth the joy of heaven, 

We are walk- ing in the light; O what joy and peace we know, 

We are walk- ing in the light; We will tri - umph o'er the grave, 

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SINCE I FOUND MY SAVIOUR. 



(MAY BE USED AS A SOLO AND CHORUS.) 
E. E. Hewitt. Jho. R. SwENEY. 



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He brought salva-tion from a-bove. My dear, almight - y Sav- iour. 
But he is with me, though unseen. My ev - er-pres - ent Sav- iour. 
It leads me on- ward to the throne, O there I'll see my Sav- iour. 



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HE SAVES ME. 



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And now I re-joiceand a- dure him, Restored to his lov-ing em - brace.' 
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2. En - ter in - to thy clos - et. Hide from all else thy grief, 

3. En - ter in - to thy clos - er, Star till thou find - est rest, 



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No. 18. 



NOT ONE FORGOTTEN. 



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MAY BE SUNG AS A SOLO AND CHORUS. • 

E. E. Hcwnr. H. L. Gilmocb. 




IT : :en- der beau-ty I: - _ : our Lord. 

.:> ugh F m least of all his chil-dren So un-wor-thy of his love, 

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ill ev - er save and keep me, He will guide me on the 
Let me. like the lit - tie where I can-not see. 



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In the sun-shine and the shad-ow. Singing: care for me." 



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iie his eye is on the sparrow I will not forgot - ten be. 

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No. 19. CLOSE TO THY CROSS, CHRIST. 



Rev. Josephus Anderson, D.D. 



Wm. J. Kirk Patrick. 




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2. Close, close to thy cross, Christ ! My burdened soul would go; There's 

3. Close, close to thy cross, Christ ! My tempted soul would stand; No 

4. Close, close to thy cross, Christ ! My wea - ry soul would rest : No 

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No. 20. 



PERISHING SOULS. 



E. E. Hewitt. 



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2. Bless- ed work, beau-ti - fill work, children of light, Grate-ful-ly 

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2. Who'll go and help the Shepherd kind, Help him the wand'ring lambs to rind? 

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Who'll bring the lost ones to the fold, Where they'll be sheltered from the cold? 

Hark ! 'tis the Master speaks to thee," Go, rind my lambs where'er they be." 

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No. 22. 



JESUS LIVES 



Rev. John R. Colgan 



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1. Might - y ar - my of the young, Lift the voice in cheer-ful song, 

2. Tongues of chil-dren light and free, Tongues of youth all full of glee, 

3. Je - sus lives, O bless - ed words ! King of kings, and Lord of lords! 



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Lift the cross and sheathe the swords, Je-sus lives! See, he breaks the prison wall, 








Bore our sins up - on the tree, Now he lives to make us free, Je-sus lives ! 

Sight for all by sin made blind, Life in Je-sus all may find, Je-sus lives ! 

Throws a- side the dreadful pall, Conquers death at once for all, Je-sus lives ! 

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BLESSED BE THE NAME. 



W. H. Clark. 



Arr. bv Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 




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All praise to him who reigns a- hove, In maj - es - ty su-preme ; 
His name a - bove all names shall stand, Ex - alt - ed more and more, 
His name shall be the Conn - sel - or, The might-y Prince of Peace, 
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Of all earth's kingdoms Conqueror Whose reign shall nev - er cease. 

Thou hast de- vised sal - va-tion's plan, For thou hast died for all. 




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No. 26. 



FAITH IS THE VICTORY. 



"The victory that oveicuiaeih the world, eveu our faith. '' — 1 John 5: 4. 



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1. Encamped a- long the hills of light, Ye Christain sol - diers, rise, 

2. His ban - ner o - ver us is love, Our sword the word of God; 

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DRAW ME TO THEE. 



Fax xy J. Crosby. 




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1. Out on the midnight deep Hear thou my cry. Cometo my res-cue.Lord. 
2. Hope of the des - o- late.Light of the soul, Xow of my lone-ly bark 
3. Lord, at the o - pen door Let mecome in, Heal thou my broken heart. 



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BEAUTIFUL WATERS OF EDEN. 



Fanny J. Cro 




Adam Geibel. 






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MY SAVIOUR. 



Dora Greexwell. 



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1. I am not skill'd to understand What God hath will'd, what God hath plann'd; 

2. I take him at his word indeed :" Christ died for sinners," this I read ; 

3. That lie should leave his place on high. And come for sin - ful man to die, 

4. And O! that he ful-filled may see The trav-ail of his soul in me, 

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For in my heart I rind a need Of him to be my Sav-iour! 

You count it strange?— so once did I, Be - fore I knew my Sav-iour! 

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No. 30. WHEN OUR SHIPS COME SAILING HOME. 



(SOLO. OR DUET AND CHORUS.) 
Rev. Johnson Oatman, Jr. 



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2. But if there is such re-joic-ing to see ves- sels here get home, 

3. O me-thinks I hear the an -gels shout," Here comes an earthly bark, 

4. So with Je - sus as our Cap-tain we ex - pect to gain that shore. 



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And we know our loved ones will be there to greet us when we come. 



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To go out no more for - ev - er on the storm- y sea of sin? 

It has guid - ed mil-lions o - ver from that dis-tantland a - far." 

They will join in songs of rapture, "Welcome home, O welcome home.' 



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SUN OF MY SOUL. 

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A SHOUT OF VICTORY. 



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2. March on, march on; joy-ful- ly singing, ho- san- na; March on, march on ; 

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John Kempthorne. 



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Sin and death shall not prevail. 

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No. 34. 



FORWARD IN HIS NAME. 



S. C. Kirk. 



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No. 35. 



WAVE THE ROYAL BANNER. 






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2. He for our re-demp-tion Came to earth and died, He is gone be - 

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PRAISE THE LORD IN SONG! 



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No. 40. 'TIS THE BLESSED HOUR OF PRAYER. 



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Fanny J. Crosby. 



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the bless - ed bour of pray'r, when the Saviour draws near, With a 
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ten- der com-pas- sion his chil-dren to hear; When he tells us we may 
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No. 41. 



JESUS FOR ME. 



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1. Je - sus, my Sav-iour, is all things to me, 0, what a wonder- ful 

2. Je - sus, in sickness, and Je - sus in health, Je- sus in pov-er-ty, 

3. He is my Ref - uge, my Rock and my Tow'r, He is my Fortress, my 

4. He is my Proph-et, my Priest and my King, He is my Bread of Life, 

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Fountain and Spring; Bright Sun of Righteous-ness, Day-star is he, 

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No. 42. THE GRACE AND JOY OF SALVATION. 



Rev. S. W. Cope. 



A. S. Clark. 



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And will run the race with pa- tience, He will keep me to the end. 

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MAKE ME MORE LIKE JESUS. 



Mrs. M. E. Baldwin. 



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2. Fa- ther, teach me day by day, To be more like Je - sus ! 

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No. 44. 



HE IS MINE, I AM HIS. 



Grace Elizabeth Cobb. 



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MORE ABOUT JESUS. 



E. E. Hewitt. 



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2. M^re a-bout Je - sus let me learn, More of his ho-ly will dis-cern: 

3. More a-bout Je - sus: in his word. Holding communion with my Lord; 

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Hear - ins his voice in ev - 'ry line. Mak- ing each faithful say- ing mine. 
More of his kingdom's sure increase : More of his com-insr.Prince of Peace. 

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No. 46. 



WONDERFUL STORY OF LOVE. 



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No. 47. 



PASS IT ON. 



Rev. Henry Burton, A.M. 



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No. 48. 

Iba M. Budd. 



GLAD ALL THE DAY. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 




1. When the sun is shin- ing bright in the clear blue sky, And the 

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Ever near thy side ; 
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4 Yonder with the saints and angels, 
I shall happy be ; 
Giving glory to my Saviour, 
Through eternitv. 



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No. 50. 



TELL IT AGAIN. 



Mrs. M. B. C. Slade. 


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val - ley of death ;" God sent his Son ! — who-so -ev - er?"said he; 
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No. 51. 



HE'LL WIPE THE TEARS. 



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No. 52. 



MARCHING ON TO CANAAN. 



" They shall march with an army." — Jeh. xlvi : 22. 

Rev. M. Lowrie Hofford. 

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No. 54. 



WHERE HIS VOICE IS GUIDING. 



E. E. Hewitt. 



WM. J. KlRKPATRICK. 




1. Hark, 'tis the Master ! he's calling you to-day, Follow where his voice is guiding; 

2. New fields of blessing will open to your view, Follow where his voice is guiding; 

3. Whattho' temptations may beckon you aside? Follow where his voice is guiding; 



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Seeking his Spirit, your daily strength renew, Follow T where his voice is guiding. 

Un-der his ban-ner in loy- al - ty abide, Follow where his voice is guiding. 



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REMEMBER THE SABBATH DAY. 



E. A. Barnes. 



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1. The Sab-bath comes, with ho - ly light, Audits rest we glad-ly greet: 

2. It calls for peace in heart and home, And for rest from toil and care: 

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It calls for thanks, that are sweet to lift, For the bless-ings that we share. 
It calls for thought that will sweetly flow With the teachings of the day. 
It calls, in truth, for a day well* spent In the service "of the Lord. 

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THE HARVEST CALL. 



Wm. J. King. 

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No. 58. 



MEMORIES OF GALILEE. 



Jesus walked in Galilee.' 1 — John vii. 1. 



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GOD IS ABLE TO DELIVER THEE. 



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2. From fierce temptations,subtle snares, God 

3. In sor-row's dark and heavy night, God 

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His word commands the dayspring bright, God is a- ble to de - liv - er thee. 

He liv - eth ev - er- more the same, God is a- ble to de - liv - er thee. 

His love will be a- round thee still, God is a- ble to de - liv - er thee. 

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3. Be - liev-ing, gath-er here to-day, Ye wea-ry, worn, and faint; 

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SCATTER SEEDS OF KINDNESS. 



Mrs. Albert Smith. 



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If we knew the baby fingers, 

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Would be cold and stiff to-morrow, 

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Catch the frown upon our brow? 
Would the prints of rosy fingers 

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How they point our memories back 
To the hasty words and actions 

Strewn along our backward track ! 
How those little hands remind us, 

As in snowy grace they lie, 
Not to scatter thorns, but roses, 

For our reaping by and by. 



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No. 63. 



GATHERING HOME. 



Miss Mariana B. Slade. 



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2. Up to the city where falleth no night, Gathering home! gathering home ! 

3. Up to the beautiful mansions above, Gathering home! gathering home! 

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Up where the Saviour's own face is the light, The dear ones are gather-ing home. 

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TEMPERANCE SONG. 




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Fear- ing that the de - nion, with his power to blight, 

Tell -ing of the drunkard's sad and aw - ful plight, 

Ma - ny are the wives that wa- ken with affright, 

Ma - ny are the hands that bat - tie for the right, 




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Has the aw - ful work be - gun. 

Dy - ing far a - way from home. 

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RESCUE THE PERISHING. 



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2. Tho' they are slighting him, Still he is wait-ing, Wait-in g the pen - i - tent 

3. Down in the human heart, Crush'd by the tempter, Feelings lie buried that 

4. Res- cue the per- ish-ing, Du - ty demands it ; Strength for thv la-bor the 

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child to re- ceive. Plead with them earnestly, Plead with them gently : 
grace can re- store; Touched by a lov-ing heart, Wak-ened by kind-ness, 
Lord will pro- vide: Back to the nar-row way Pa-tient-ly win them; 

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He will for-give if they on - If be-lieve. 
Chords that were bro-ken will vibrate once more. 
Tell the poor wand'rer a Sav-iour has died. 



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No. 66. 



WORK FOR THE MASTER. 



WM. J. KlRKPATRICK. 




1. Work for the Mas - ter; an - swer his call ; Take up the du - ty; 

2. Work for the Mas - ter ; work with de-light; Serve him with glad- nes's, 

3. Work for the Mas -ter; great the re-ward ; Stars for the crown-ine. 

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trust him for all ; Walk in the way o- pen'd to-day, Promptly his word ohey. 
soon comes the night ; Seeking his face, using his grace,Resting in hisembrace. 
joy in the Lord, Songs by the way, blessings to-day, Richly our toil repay. 
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Life's bloom and sunshine cheerfully bring.Ev'ry good talent lent by our King; 

Scorn not thetri- fles ; sometimes a word Spoken in kindness,grateful-ly heard, 

Bless-ingsthatev- erbrighten themore,Till we shall enter home's trolden door, 

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GATHER THE SHEAVES. 



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No. 68. 



SEEDS OF PROMISE. 



Jessie H. Brown. 



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3 The har- vest home of God will come, And aft - er toil and care; 







For grain will grow from what vou sow, And fruit- ful har - vest yield. 
Tho' great the cost, it is not lost, For God will fruit- age give. 
With joy un-told your sheaves of gold, Will all be garnered there. 

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No. 69. 



GO, WORK TO-DAY. 



This is the last hymn written by the author, who fell asleep April 16, 1895. — 
"She, heiug dead, yet speaketh." 

M. D. K. May D. Kirkpatrick. 




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SPEED AWAY! SPEED AWAY! 



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FOOTSTEPS OF JESUS. 



Mary B. C. Slade. 



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No. 74. 



PRAISE TO GOD OUR FATHER. 



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No. 76. 



THE HAVEN OF REST. 



H. L. GlLMOUR. 



Geo. D. Moore. 




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2. I yield - ed my - self to his ten - der em - brace, And 

3. The song of my soul, since the Lord made me whole, Has 

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been the old sto - ry so blest Of Je - bus, who'll save who-so- 

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AT MY REDEEMER'S FEET. 



(SOLO OR QUARTET WITH CHORUS. 



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2. Tho' waves of darkness round me roll, I have a safe re - treat, 

3. He gives me from his lov-ing hand, The fin - est of the wheat, 

4. And when I reach the mys-tic sea, Where earth and heav-en meet, 

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1. It was spoken for the Mas - ter, how lov -ing - ly it fell! 

2. O we know not when we scat-ter. Where the precious seed will fall, 

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We shall find a store of bless- ings That on earth we could not know. 

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We may sow be -side the \va- ters Of af - flic-tion.it may be. 
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3. Je-sus touch'd ray sin - ful heart. Bade my e - vil tho'ts de - part, 

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THE BOLTED DOOR. 



Rev. John Parker. 



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2. Do not keep him longer wait-ing at the door, Hear him knocking.calling 

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knocking at the door, He is waiting, he is knocking at the door. 

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No. 81. 

W. F. COSNER. 



COME HOME. 



Chas. Edw. Pollock. 







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2 Re - turn to the Fa - ther, who holds you so dear ; Say, why will you 

3 Poor wan- der - er, haste, for the night draweth nigh ; Say, why will you 
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No. 83. 



MERCY IS BOUNDLESS AND FREE. 



Henrietta E. Blair. 



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THE BEST FRIEND IS JESUS. 



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JESUS NOW IS CALLING. 



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3. Tho' your sins like scarlet be, Je-sus now is calling you; From your sins he'll 

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WELCOME FOR ME. 



Fanny J. Crosby. 



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THE SAVIOUR NOW IS NEAR. 



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2. Je - sus longs each heart to win, He will save from ev - 'ry sin ; Xow 

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LOVINGLY, TENDERLY CALLING. 



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3. "lis a feast ev - er- last- ing, a - bun-dan t, rich and free, Thro' the 

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THE SOUL CHEERING PROMISE. 



Fanny J. Crosby. 
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2. We know not the trials be-fore us, But why should we tremble or fear? 

3. We know not the trials be-fore us, The sorrows and cares we shall meet. 




And trusting the aid of hiscoun- sel, We nev- er, no, nev-er, can fall; 
The arm of the Lord will protect us, The ark of his mer- cy is near; 
But Othere'sa re-fuge in Je - sus, Though surges may break at our feet; 

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BLESSED ASSURANCE. 



"He that believeth on me hath everlasting life.'' — John vi. 47. 
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SHALL BE LIKE HIM. 

Rev. W. A. Spencer, D. D. 




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Rev. £. A. Hoffman. 



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No. 94. 



WATCH AND PRAY. 



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Kirkpateick. 




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2. Watch and pray ; 

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No. 96. 



THE BRIGHT MORNING-LAND. 



E. E. Hewitt. 

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THE GOSPEL FEAST. 



" Come; for all things are now ready."— Luke xiv. 17. 
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4 Come, all the world! come, sinner, thou! 
All things in Christ are ready now. 

5 Come, all ye souls by sin oppressed, 
Ye restless wand'rers after rest; 

6 Ye poor and maimed and halt and blind, 
In Christ a hearty welcome find. 



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7 My message as from God receive; 
Ye all may come to Christ and live: 

8 let this love your hearts constrain, 
Nor suffer him to die in vain. 

9 See him set forth before your eyes, 
That precious, bleeding sacrifice ! 

10 His offered benefits embrace, 

And freely now be saved by grace ! 



No. 98. 



BEAUTIFUL ROBES. 



E. E. Hewitt. 
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WM. J. KlRKPATRICK. 



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2. We shall walk with him in white, Where faith yields to bliss-ful sight, 

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In a fel - low-ship complete: Waking-songs of ho- ly mel - o - dy. 
Till no spot of sin re-main, And the soul for-ev - er-more is freed. 

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E. D. Mi-n-d. 



THOU THINKEST, LORD, OF ME. 

"The Lord thinketh upon me.'' — Ps. xi: 17. 

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I am con-tent, for this I know, Thou thinkest, Lord, of me ! 



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was made, all paid, 

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No. 101. THE COMFORTER HAS COME. 

"I will pray the Father, and lie shall jrive you another Comforter, 
that he may abide with you forever.'" — John xiv. 16. 



Rev. F. Bottom e, D.D. 



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BLESSED HOPE. 



E. E. Hewitt. 



SOLO, DUET OR QUARTET. 



WM. J. KlRKPATEICK. 



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2. "When dawns that hour of wondrous grace, Xo veil will hide my Saviour's face; 

3. Sin, pain and death, on that sweet day, Like broken dreams, shall pass away ; 

4. Soon, soon shall fade the scenes of time, Emmanuel's advent bells shall chime; 



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His spot- less beau-ty I shall wear, His per- feet joy and glo - ry share. 
The Bride shall hear the Bridegroom's voice ; Look up, my heart, in him rejoice ! 



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MUST JESUS BEAR THE CROSS. 



Thomas Shepherd. Alt. 



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2 How hap - py are the saints a - hove, Who once went sorrowing here ! 
3. The con - se - era - ted cross I'll bear. Till death shall set me free; 



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No. 104. BY FAITH, AND NOT BY SIGHT. 



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SOLO, QUARTET OR CHORUS. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 



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2. I do not ask for constant joy In raptures strong and deep; 

3. I do not ask to see the path O'er which my feet must go, 

4. I do not ask what glories bright, Wait up inheav'n for me; 



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I on - ly ask to re - al - ize, His pow'r to save and keep. 

My Guide has pass'd this way be- fore, And well the way doth know. 

But this I'm told, my King in all His beau - ty I shall see. 

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To rest up - on his bless- ed pow'r, To rest up- on his pow'r and might, 
I ful- ly trust his love to lead, I trust his love to lead me right, 

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HE IS CALLING. 



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We should take him at his word; 
And our lives would be all sunshine 
In the sweetness of our Lord. 



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No. 106. 



VALLEY OF REST. 



Faxxy J. Crosby, 



WM. J. KlRKPATRICK. 




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2. Val - ley of E - den, the soul's dear home, Bright are thy hills, 

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Dream of thy beau-tiful bow'rs. Friends that were parted with rapture shall meet, 

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WHO MAY COME? 



E. R. Latta. Alt. 



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2. Who may drink of the living streams? Whoso-ev - er will ! whoso- ev- er will ! 

3. Who may come to the throne of guace? Whoso-ev - er will ! whoso- ev- er will ! 

4. Who may dwell in a mansion bright? Whoso-ev - er will ! whoso- ev- er will ! 

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REST IF YOU WILL. 



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AN OPEN BIBLE FOR THE WORLD, 



Hexry M. King, D.D 
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2. Wher-e'er it goes its gold - en light, Streaming as from an unveiled sun, 

3. It shows to men the Fa-ther's face, All ra-diant with for- giv -ing love; 

4. It tells of Je - sus and his death, Of life procured for dy- ing men; 

5. It of-fers rest to wea - ry hearts ; It comforts those who sit in tears; 



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Shall dis - si - pate the clouds of night, Y\\ -do the work that sin has done. 
And to the lost of A-daru's race Proclaims sweet mercy from a- bove. 
And to each soul of hum-ble faith, It son-ship gives with God a - gain. 
To all who faint it strength imparts ; And gilds with hope th'e-ternal years. 



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BE NOT AFRAID. 



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3. Bear the cross for Je - sus; Would you know thepow'r Of his grace to save you 



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Just the one he gives you Is for you the best. 
We shall leave our burden At the gold-en gate. 




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0! TO BE LIKE THEE. 



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ten-der and kind, Help-ing the help- less, cheer-ing the faint -ing,, 

pa-tient and brave ; Meek-ly en- dur - ing cru - el re- proach - es,, 

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fill with thy love, Make me a tem - pie meet for thy dwell- ing, 

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Seek-ing the wand-'ring sin - ner to find. 
Will- ing to suf - fer, oth - ers to save. 
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MY SAVIOUR FIRST OF ALL. 



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No. 114. 



ABIDING AND CONFIDING. 



Rev. A. B. Simpson*. 



Rev. L. L. Pickett. 




1. I have learned the wondrous secret Of a - bid- ing in the Lord; 

2. I am era - ci - tied with Je - sus, And he lives and dwells in me, ' 

3. All my cares I cast up - on him, And he bears them all a - way; 

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E. E. Hewitt. 



A SONG OF PRAISE. 

(YORKSHIRE DOXOLOGY.) 



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2. Have sparkling sunbeams cheered the day, And roses bloomed along the way? 

3. Or have the clouds o'erspread the sky, While at my feet the ros - es die? 

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Let mem'ry each fair scene re-call, And bless the Lord who sent them all. 
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No. 116. 



WE WALK BY FAITH. 



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No. 119. 



MEET ME THERE. 



Henrietta E. Blair. 



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ONLY WAITING. 



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2. I am wait-ing ; worn and wea-ry With the bat- tie and the strife, 

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Hop - ing when the warfare's o - ver To re-ceive a crown of life. 

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List -'ning for the hap-py wel-come Of my Sav - iour call - ing me. 

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2. 0, how sweet to trust in Je -sus, Just to trust his cleansing blood; 

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Just from Je - sus sim- ply tak - ing Life, and rest, and joy, and peace. 
And I know that thou art with me, Wilt be with me to the end. 

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No. 122. THE UNCLOUDED DAY. 

(May be sung as a Solo.) 
Words and Melody by Rev. J. K. Alwood. Harmony by J. F. Kinsey. 







1. O they tell me of a home far be-yondthe skies, they tell me of a 

2. O they tell me ofa home where my friends have gone,0 they tell me of that 

3. they tell me of the King in his beau-ty there, And they tell that mine- 
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land far a- way ; Where the tree of life in e- ter - nal bloom 
eyes shall behold Where he sits on the throne that is whiter than snow, 
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In the cit - y that is made of gold; O that land mine eyes shall see, 

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Frances R. Havergal. 



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LEAD ME, SAVIOUR. 



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No. 125. 



JUST A LITTLE WHILE. 



T. 0. Chisholm. 



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No. 126. WHEN THE ROLL IS CALLED UP YONDER. 



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1. When the trum - pet of the Lord shall sound, and time shall be no more, 

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No. 127. WHAT A GATHERING THAT WILL BE. 



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WILL SHOUT HIS PRAISE IN GLORY. 



P. H. DlNGMAN. 



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1. Youask what makes me happy, my heart so free from care, It is because my 

2. I was a friendless wand'rer till Jesus took me in, My life was full of 

3. I wish that ev'ry sinner before his throne would bow; He waits to bid them 

4. I mean to live for Jesus while here on earth I stay , And when his voice shall 

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call me to realmsof endless day; As one by one we gath - er, re- 




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pardon to my soul; O blissful, blissful moment! 'twas joy beyond control, 
in his love I see, They'd come and shout salvation, and sing his praise with me. 

joicing on the shore, We'll shout his praise in glory, and sing for ev- ermore. 




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No. 129. 



THE CITY BEYOND. 



Mrs. Thos. May Pierce. 



Wm. J. KlRKPATRICK. 






1. We'll sing of the statutes di - vine, Whilst pilgrims, lest here we despond; 

2. How bless- ed as children and heirs, To en-ter that mansion a - bove, 

3. And wbeth-er we bear to that land, Heart sorrows or mem-o - ries fond, 

4. Be - fore they shall call he will hear, And, ere they cease speaking, respond, 



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No. 130. 



THE LIGHTS OF HOME. 



Priscilla J. OWEN« 



WM. J. KlRKPATRICK. 




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STRETCH OUT THY HAND TO ME. 



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GLIDING AWAY. 






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No. 133. 



TOPLADY. 7 s. 61. 



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When my eyes shall close in death, 
When I rise to worlds unknown, 
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Rock of ages, cleft for me, 
Let me hide myself in thee. 



No. 134. 



Rev. Edward Hopper 

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And the fearful breakers roar 
'Twixt me and the peaceful rest, 
Then while leaning on thy breast, 
May I hear thee say to me, 
Fear not, I will pilot thee! " 



No. 135. 



BEAUTIFUL SABBATH. 



Fanny J. Crosby. 



Wm. J. KlRKPATRICK. 




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No. 136. 

C. B. S. 



FATHER, TAKE MY HAND. 



Chas. B. Smith. 



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Ho. 137. 



NEARER THE CROSS. 



F. J. Crosby 




The cross of our Lord Jesus Christ." — Gal. vi. 14. 

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ENTIRE CONSECRATION. 



Frances R. Havebgal. 



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1. Take my life, and let it be 

2. Take my feet, and let them be 

3. Take my lips, and let them be 

4. Take my moments, and my days, 



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Let them flow in end-less praise ; 



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Take my voice, and let me sing 
Take my sil - ver and my gold, 
Take my in - tel-lect,and use 



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Al - ways, on - ly for my King. 
Not a mite would I with-hold. 
Ev - 'ry pow'r as thoushaltchoose. 




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5 Take my will, and make it thine; 
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6 Take my love;— my Lord, I pour 
At thy feet its treasure store ! 
Take myself, and I will be 
Ever, only, all for thee! 



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JESUS IS PASSING BY. 



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No. 141. 



GOD BE WITH YOU. 



J. E. Rankin, D.D. 




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2. God be with you till we meet again, 'Neatb his wings securely bide you, 

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Pat his arms un-fail-ing round you, God be with you till we meet again. 

Smite death's threat'ning wave before you, God be with you till we meet again. 

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GOOD NIGHT. 



Fanny J. Ckosby. 



WM. J. KlRKPATRICK. 




1. the morning, hap-py morn-ing, That will break on yon - der shore, 

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TWILIGHT SHADOWS. 



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No. 144. 



I WANT TO BE A WORKER. 



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No. 145. 



A BLESSING IN PRAYER. 



E. E. Hewitt. 



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2. There is grace to help in our time of need, For our Friend above is a 

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147 



No. 146. 



ONE THING I KNOW. 



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1. One thing I know; O bless his name, Tome the 

2. One thing I know; he heard my cries, With mighty 

I know; he died for me, In him my 

I know; the Saviour's mine, O boundless 

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JESUS BIDS US SHINE." 



Anna Bartlett Warner. 








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No. 148. GO TELL THE WORLD OF HIS LOVE. 




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2. Think how he la- bor'd that we might have rest.Go tell the world of his 

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No. 150. 



THE GREAT PHYSICIAN. 



William Hunter. 



Arr. by Rev. J. H. Stockton. 



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f The great Phy-si- cian now is near, Thesym - pa-thiz - ing Je - sus. ' 
\ He speaks the drooping heart to cheer, hear the voice of" Je - sus. J 
| Your ma- ny sins are all for-giv'n, hear the voice of Je -sus. ' 
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4 The children too, both great and small, 
Who love the name of Jesus, 
May now accept the gracious call 
To work and live for Jesus. 



No. 151. HOLY SPIRIT, FAITHFUL GUIDE. 



M. M. W. 



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Charlotte Elliott 

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I am, and wait-ing not To rid my soul of one dark blot, 
I am, tho' toss'd a-bout With many a conflict, many a doubt, 
I am — poor,wretched, blind ; Sight, riches, healing of themind, 




And that thou bidd'st me come to thee,0 Lamb of God, I come ! I 

To thee whose blood can cleanseeach spot,0 Lamb of God, I come! I 

Fight-ings within, and fears without, Lamb of God, I come! I 

Yea, all I need, in thee to find, Lamb of God, I come! I 

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5 Just as I am thou wilt receive. 

Wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, relieve 
Because thy promise 1 believe, 
O Lamb of God, I come ! I come! 



No. 153. 

R. E. Hudson. 



6 Just as I am — thy love unknown 
Hath broken ev'ry barrier down ; 
Now, to be thine, yea, thine alone, 
O Lamb of God, I come ! I come ! 



I'LL LIVE FOR HIM. 



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1. My life, my love I give to thee, Thou Lamb of God. who died for me; 

2. I now bedieve thou dost receive, For thou hast died that I might live; 

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STANDING ON THE PROMISES. 



R. K. C. 



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3. Standing on the prom-is - es I now can see Per - feet, pres-ent 

4. Standing on the prom-is - es of Christ the Lord, Bound to him e - 

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cleansing in the blood for me; Stand-ing in the lib - er - tv where 
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shall pre - vail, Stand-ing on the prom - is - es of God. 
Christ makes free, Stand - ing on the prom - is - es of God. 

Spir - it's sword, Stand - ing on the prom - is - es of God. 

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THE SAVIOUR IS MY ALL. 



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3. And what- so- ev - er I may ask, To glo - ri - fy his name, 

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No. 156. 



COME CLOSE TO THE SAVIOUR. 



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2. Come close to the Sav-iour, he calleth thee gently, Draw near to thy Fathers 

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LOVE TO TELL THE STORY. 



Kate Haxkey. 



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fancies Of all our golden dreams. I love to tell the sto 
tell it. More wonder- ful- ly sweet. I love to tell the sto 
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did somuchfor me! And that is just the rea -son I tell it now to thee, 
some have never heard The»message of sal- vation From God's own holy AVord. 
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RING THE MERRY BELLS. 



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No. 159. 



WE MARCH TO VICTORY. 



G. Moultrie. 



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LORD, I SEEK THEE. 



E. E. Hewitt. 



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3. Thou art a- ble, thou art will - ing, From my bondage grant re-lease, 

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No. 161. 



FOR YOU AND FOR ME. 



W. L. T. 

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Will L. Thompson. 






1. Softly and tender-ly Je-sus iscall-ing, Calling for you and for me, 

2. Why should we tarry when Jesus is pleading, Pleading for you and for me? 

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MORE LIKE JESUS. 



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LOYALTY TO THE MASTER. 



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No. 164. 



WORTHY IS THE LAMB. 



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WONDROUS LOVE. 



Edw. Pollock. 

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To thee, dear Lord, that I may be 
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'Twas God the Father's grand design; 
And heaven is filled with joy to know 
A soul's redeemed from endless woe. 



No. 166. 



WILL JESUS FIND US WATCHING? 



Fanny J. Crosby. W. H. Doane. 

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2. If at the dawn of the ear - ly morning, He shall call us 

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WILL JESUS FIND US WATCHING? (Concluded, 






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REDEEMED. 



Fanxy J. Crosby. 



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Redeemed, how I love to proclaim it, Redeemed by the blood of the Lamb; 

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I know there's a crown that is waiting In yonder bright mansion for me. 




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Who lov- ing-ly guardeth my footsteps. And giv- eth me songs in the night. 
And soon with the spirits made per- feet, At home with the Lord I shall be. 

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MARCHING TO THE LAND ABOVE. 



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ENOUGH FOR ME. 



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No. 170. IN THE RESURRECTION MORNING. 



E. E. Hewitt. 



Wm. J. KlKKPATRICK. 




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2. In the res - ur - rec - tion morn-ing, When the Sav-iour shall de-scend, 

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But the rap- ture, past all tell - ing, Will the smile of Je - sus be, 




We shall with the blest be numbered, We shall rise on wings of light. 
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Lizzie Edwards. 







ON THE WAY. 



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2. 0, bless the Lord, he dwells with me.The voice I hear, the hand I see, 

3. 0, bless the Lord, for what I know Of heavenly bliss while here be-low ! 

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Re - new my strength from day to day While home to him I'm on the way. 

My trust-ing heart thro' faith can say, To mansions bright I'm on the way. 
And shout and sing thro' end-less dav, Where ev-'rv tear is wiped a - wav. 

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No. 172. NOW O'ER ALL THE GLAD EARTH BREAKING. 



Mrs. R. N. Turner. 



WM. J. KlRKPATRICK. 




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No. 173. 



KEEP STEP EVER. 



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1. Would you gain the best in life? Win the prize 'mid all the strife? 

2. Life is more than i - die play; It will quick- ly pass a- way; 

3. Look be- vond the pres - ent hour ; Nev - er yield to Sa- tan's power ; 



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No. 174. WILL YOU LET THE SAVIOUR IN? 



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No. 176. 



GLORY TO HIS NAME. 



Rev. E. A. Hoffman. 

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1. Down at the cross where my Sav-iour died, Down where for cleansing from 

2. I am so wondrous- ly saved from sin, Je - sus so sweet- ly a - 

3. O precious fountain, that saves from sin ! I am so glad I have 
•A. Come to this fountain, so rich and sweet; Cast thv poor soul at the 

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No. 178. 



YIELD NOT TO TEMPTATION. 



H. R. P. 




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2. Shun e- vil companions, Bad language disdain, God's name hold in reverence, 

3. To him that o'ercometh God giveth a crown, Thro' faith we shall conquer,' 



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Xor take it in vain ; Be thoughtful and earnest, Kind-hearted and true, 

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No. 179. 



IS MY NAME WRITTEN THERE? 



M. A. Kidder. 



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2. Lord, my sins they are many, Like the sands of the sea. But thy Mood, my 

3. O that beau-ti- ful cit - v, With its mansions of light, With its glo- ri-fied 

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be-ings, In pure garments of white ; Where no e - vil thing cometh, To de - 



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IS MY NAME WRITTEN THERE? (Concluded.) 

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pa- ges so fair, Tell me, Je- sus, my Saviour, Is my name written there? 

let- ters that glow." Tho' your sins be as scar- let, I will make them like snow." 

spoil what is fair; Where the angels are watching, Yes,my name's written there. 

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WHITER THAN SNOW. 



James Nicholson. 



Wm. G. Fischer. 



1. Lord Je- sus, I long to be perfect- ly whole ; I want thee for-ev - er to 

2. Lord Jesus,look down from thy throne in the skies, And help me to make acom- 

3. Lord Je- sus, for this I most humbly en- treat ; I wait, blessed Lord, at thy 

4. Lord Je- sus, thou seest I patient- ly wait : Come now, and within me a 
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cru - ci - tied feet, By faith, for my cleansing, I see thy blood flow: O 
new heart ere- ate ; To those who have sought thee, thou never said'st " No;" O 

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No. 181. 

F. J. Crosby. 
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I AM THINE, LORD. 



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1. r am thine, Lord, I have heard thy voice, And it told thy love to n.e ; 

2. Con-se-crate me now to thy service, Lord, By the pow'r of grace di- vine ; 

3. the pure delight of a * sin- gle hour That before thy throne I spend, 

4. There are depths of love that I cannot know Till I cross the nar- row sea, 







But I long to rise in the arms of faith, And be clos- er drawn to thee. 

Let my soul look up with a steadfast hope. And my will be lost in thine. 
When I kneel in pray'r, and with thee, my God, I commune as friend with friend. 
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No. 182. 



BRINGING IN THE SHEAVES. 



Knowles Shaw. 



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2. Sow-ing in the sunshine, sow-ing in the shadows, Fear-ing nei - ther 

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PASS ME NOT. 



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No. 184. THY HOLY SPIRIT, LORD, ALONE. 



Henrietta E. Blair. 






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2. Thy Ho - ly Spir - it, Lord, a - lone Can deep - er love in - spire, 

3. Thy Ho - ly Spir- it, Lord, can bring The gifts we seek in prayer, 

4. Thy Ho - ly Spir - it, Lord, can give The grace we need this hour, 




His power a - lone can sane- ti - fy And keep us pure with -in. 

His power a - lone with -in our souls Can light the sa - cred lire. 

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THE BEAUTIFUL LAND. 



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THERE'S A GREAT DAY COMING. 



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No. 190. 



HE CAME TO SAVE ME. 



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He came to save me ; 
And trusting him I fear no ill, 
He came to save me. 



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He came to save me ; 
To him my heart looks up and sings, 
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No. 191. 



JESUS, LOVER OF MY SOUL. 



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Raise the fallen, cheer the faint, 

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False, and full of sin, I am ; 

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Let the healing streams abound, 

Make and keep me pure within. 
Thou of life the fountain art ; 

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Spring thou up within my heart, 

Rise to all eternity ! 



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DUKE ST. L M. 



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No. 194. 



Jesus Shall Reign. L. M. 

1 Jesus shall reign where'er the sun 
Does his successive journeys run ; 

His kingdom stretch from shore to shore, 
Till moons shall wax and wane no more. 

2 From north to south the princes meet 
To pay their homage at his feet; 
While western empires own their Lord, 
And savage tribes attend hi? 



NO. 195. Glorying in the Cross. L. M. 

1 When I survey the wondrous cross 

On which the Prince of glory died, 
My richest gain 1 count but loss, 
And pour contempt on all my pride. 

2 Forbid it, Lord, that I should boast, 

Save in the death of Christ, my God*; 
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Could I Speak. 



1 O could I speak the matchless worth, 
O could I sound the glories forth, 

Which in my Saviour shine! 
I'd soar and touch the heavenly strings, 
And vie with Gabriel while he sings 

In notes almost divine. 

2 I'd sing the precious blood he spilt, 
My ransom from the dreadful guilt 

Of sin, and wrath divine: 
I'd sing his glorious righteousness, 
In which all-perfect, heavenly dress 

Mv snnl shall ever shine. 



I'd sing the characters he bears, 
And all the forms of love he wears, 

Exalted on his throne : 
In loftiest songs of sweetest praise, 
I would to everlasting days 

Make all his glories known. 
Well, the delightful day will come 
When my dear Lord will bring me home, 

And I shall see his face; 
Then with my Saviour, Brother, Friend, 
A blest eternity I'll spend, 

Triumphant in his grace. 

SAMUEL MEDLEY. 



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1 To us a Child of hope is born ; 

To us a Son is given ; 
Him shall the tribes of earth obey, 
Him all the hosts of heav'n. 

2 His name shall be the Prince of peace, 

For evermore adored; 
The Wonderful, the Counselor, 
The great and mighty Lord. 

3 His power, increasing, still shall spread: 

His reign no end shall know ; 
Justice shall guard his throne above, 
And peace abound below. 

4 To us a Child of hope is born, 

To us a Sou is given ; 
The Wonderful, the Counselor, 
The mighty Lord of heaven. 

JOHN MORRISON. 

NO. 201. Awake, my Soul. CM. 

1 Awake, my soul ! stretch every nerve, 

And press with vigor on: 
A heavenly race demands thy zeal, 
And an immortal crown. 

2 A cloud of Avitnesses around 

Hold thee in full survey : 
Forget the steps already trod, 
Anil onward urge thy way. 



3 'Tis God's all-animating voice 

That calls thee from on high ; 
'Tis his own hand presents the prize 
To thine aspiring eye. 

4 Blest Saviour, introduced by thee, 

Have I my race begun ; 
And, crowned with vict'ry, at thy feet 
I'll lay my honors down. 

PHILIP DODDRIDGE. 

NO. 202. Come, Let tis Join. CM. 

1 Come, let us join our cheerful songs 

With angels round the throne : 
Ten thousand thousand are their tongues, 
But all their joys are one. 

2 Worthy the Lamb that died, they cry, 

To be exalted thus : 
Worthy the Lamb, our hearts reply, 
For he was slain for us. 

3 Jesus is worthy to receive 

Honor and power divine ; 
And blessings, more than we can give, 
Be, Lord, forever thine. 

4 The whole creation join in one 

To bless the sacred name 
Of him that sits upon the throne, 
And to adore the Lamb. 

ISAAC WATTS. 



I'M GOING HOME. 



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When from this earthly prison free. 
That heavenly mansion mine shall be. 

3 Let others seek a home below, 
Which flames devour, or waves o'erflow, 



Be mine a happier lot, to own 
A heavenly mansion near the throne. 
4 Then fail this earth, let stars decline, 
And sun and moon refuse to shine, 
All nature sink and cease to be, 
That heavenly mansion stands for me. 



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ARLINGTON. CM. 



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1 O for a faith that will not shrink, 

Though pressed by ev'ry foe. 
That will not tremble on the brink 
Of any earthly woe! 

2 That will not murmur nor complain 

Beneath the chast'ning rod, 
But, in the hour of grief or pain, 
Will lean upon its God; 

3 A faith that shines more bright and clear 

When tempests rage without; 
That when in danger knows no fear, 
In darkness feels no doubt; 

4 Lord, give us such a faith as this ; 

And then, whate'er may come. 
We'll taste, e'en here, the hallowed bliss 
Of an eternal home. 

WILLIAM HILEY BATHURST. 



NO. 206. Am I a Soldier. C. 



Am I a soldier of the cross, 

A foll'werof the Lamb, 
And shall I fear to own his cause, 

Or blush to speak his name? 
Must I be carried to the skies 

On flow'ry beds of ease, 
While others fought to win the prize, 

And sailed through bloody seas? 
Are there no foes for me to face? 

Must I not stem the flood? 
Is this vile world a friend to grace, 

To help me on to God ? 
Sure I must fight if I would reign; 

Increase my courage. Lord: 
I'll bear the toil, endure the pain, 

Supported by thy word. 

ISAAC WATTS. 



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1 Forever here my rest shall be, 

Close to thy bleeding side ; 
This all my hope, and all my plea, 
For me the Saviour died. 

2 My dying Saviour and mv God, 

Fountain for guilt and sin, 
Sprinkle me ever with thv blood, 
And cleanse and keep me clean. 

3 Wash me, and make me thus thine own ; 

Wash me, and mine thou art ; 

Wash me, but not my feet alone,— 

My hands, my head, my heart. 

4 Th' atonement of thy blood apply, 

Till faith to sight improve; 
Till hope in full fruition die, 
And all my soul be love. 

CHARLES WESLEY. 




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NO. 208. The Dearest Name. CM. 

1 How sweet the name of Jesus sounds 

In a believer's ear! 
It soothes his sorrows, heals his wounds, 
And drives away his fear. 

2 It makes the wounded spirit whole, 

And calms the troubled breast; 
'Tis manna to the hungry soul, 
And to the weary, rest. 

3 Dear Name, the rock on which I build, 

My shield and hiding place; 
My never-failing treasury, filled 
With boundless stores of grace. 

4 Jesus, my Shepherd, Saviour. Friend, 

My Prophet, Priest, and Kinsr; 
My Lord, my Life, my Way, mv End, 
Accept the praise I bring! 

JOHN NEWTON. 



No. 209. 



CORONATION. CM. 



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1 O for a thousand tongues to sing 

My sreat Redeemer's praise! 
The glories of my God and King, 
The triumphs of his grace ! 

2 My gracious Master and my God, 

Assist me to proclaim. 
To spread through all the earth abroad, 
The honors of thy Name. 



for a Thousand Tongues. 

3 Jesus ! the Name that charms our fears, 
That bids our sorrows cease; 

'Tis music in the sinner's ears, 
Tis life, and health, and peace. 

4 He breaks the power of cancelled sin, 
He sets the pris'ner free; 

His blood can make the foulest clean ; 
His blood availed for me. 

CHARLES WESLEY. 



No. 211 



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3. When the sun of bliss is beam-ing 

4. Bane and blessing, pain and pleas-ure, 



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No. 212. 



DENNIS. S.M. 



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NO. 213. Blest Be the Tie. S.M. 

1 Blest be the tie that binds 

Our hearts in Christian love: 
The fellowship of kindred minds 
Is like to that above. 

2 Before our Father's throne 

We pour our ardent prayers ; 
Our fears, our hopes, our aims are one, 
Our comforts and our cares. 

3 We share our mutual woes, 

Our mutual burdens bear; 
And often for each other flows 
The sympathizing tear. 

4 When we asunder part, 

It gives us inward pain ; 
But we shall still be joined in heart, 
And hope to meet again. 

JOHN FAWCETT. 



No. 214. 



A Charge to Keep. S. M. 

1 A charge to keep I have, 

A God to glorify ; 
A never-dying soul to save, 
And fit it for the sky. 

2 To serve the present age, 

My calling to fulfill. 
O may it all my powers engage, 
To do my Master's will ! 

3 Arm me with jealous care, 

As in thy sight to live ; 
And O. thy servant. Lord, prepare 
A strict account to give ! 

4 Help me to watch and pray, 

And on thyself rely, 
Assured, if I my trust betray. 
I shall forever die. 

CHAS. WESLEY. 



BOYLSTON. S.M. 




Lowell Mason. 

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1 And can I yet delay 

My little all to give? 
To tear my soul from earth away 
For Jesus to receive? 

2 Nay, but I yield. I yield ! 

I can hold out no more : 
I sink, by dying love compelled, 
And own thee conqueror! 

3 Though late, I all forsake ; 

My friends, my all resign : 
Gracious Redeemer, take, O take, 
And seal me ever thine. 

4 Come, and possess me whole, 

Nor hence again remove: 
Settle and fix my wav'ring soul 
With all thy weight of love. 

CHAS. WESLEY. 



JNO. ZIU. Evils of Intemperance. S.M. 

1 Mourn for the thousands slain, 

The youthful and the strong; 
Mourn for the wine cup's fearful reign, 
And the deluded throng. 

2 Mourn for the ruined soul- 

Eternal life and light 
Lost by the fiery, maddening bowl, 
And turned to hopeless night. 

3 Mourn for the lost ; but call, 

Call to the strong, the free; 
Rouse them to shun that dreadful fall, 
And to the refuge flee. 

4 Mourn for the lost ; but pray, 

Pray to our God above. 
To break the fell destroyer's sway. 
And show his saving love. 



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No. 217. 



ST. THOMAS. S. M. 



Timothy Dwight. 



George F. Handel. 

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Till toils and cares shall end. 

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NO. 218. Lord God, the Holy Ghost 



1 Lord God, the Holy Ghost! 
In this accepted hour, 

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Descend in all thy power. 

2 We meet with one accord 

In our appointed place, 
And wait the promise of our Lord, 
The Spirit of all grace. 

3 Like mighty rushing wind 

Upon the waves beneath. 
Move with one impulse every mind; 
One soul, one feeling, breathe. 

4 The young, the old, inspire 

With wisdom from above ; 
And give us hearts and tongues of fire 
To pray, and praise, and love. 

JAMES MONTGOMERY. 



No. 219. 



Grace ! 



1 Grace ! 'tis a charming sound ! 
Harmonious to my ear ! 
Heay.en witlj the echo. shallresoyind,, M> 

And all the earth shall hear. 
Grace first contrived the way 

To save rebellious man ; 
And all the steps that grace display 

Which drew the wondrous plan. 
Grace taught my wand'ring feet 

To tread the heavenly road ; 
And new supplies each hour I meet, 

While pressing on to God. 
Grace all the work shall crown, 

Through everlasting days ; 
It lays in heaven the topmost stone, 

And well deserves the praise. 

P. DODDRIDGE. 



LABAN. S.M. 



Lowell Mason. 




Spirit of faith, come down, 
Reveal the things of God; 

And make to us the Godhead known, 
And witness with the blood. 

2 'Tis thine the blood t' apply, 

And give us eyes to see, 
Who did for every sinner die 
Hath surely died for me. 

3 O that the world might know 

The all-atoning Lamb ! 
Spirit of faith, descend, and show 
The virtue of his name. 

4 The grace which all may find, 

The saving power, impart; 

And testify to all mankind, 

And speak in every heart. 

CHARLES WBSLEY. 



1 My soul, be orTthy gu'ara, =■ — »■ — » 

Ten thousand foes arise, 
The hosts of sin are pressing hard 
To draw thee from the skies. 

2 O watch, and fight, and pray, 

The battle ne'er give o'er, 

Renew it boldly every day, 

And help divine implore. 

3 Ne'er think the vict'ry won, 

Nor laj 7 thine armor down : 
The work of faith will not be done, 
Till thou obtain the crown. 

4 Fight on, my soul, till death 

Shall bring thee to thy God ; 
He'll take thee, at thy parting breath, 
To his divine abode. 

GEORGE HEATH. 



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No. 222. MY FAITH LOOKS UP TO THEE. 



Ray Palmer. 



(OLIVET. 63,4-3.) 



Lowell Mason. 



1. My faith looks up to thee, Thou Lamb of Cal- va- ry. Sav-iour di- vine ; Now hear me 

2. May thy rich grace impart Strength to my fainting heart. My zeal inspire ! As thou hast 




while I pray. Take all my guilt a- way, O let me from this day Be whol - ly thine 
died for me, O may my love to thee Pure, warm, and changeless be. A living fire! 



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And griefs around me spread. 

Be thou my Guide ; 
Bid darkness turn to day, 
Wipe sorrow's tears away. 
Nor let me ever stray 

From thee aside. 



4 When ends life's transient dream, 
When deaths cold, sullen stream 

Shall o'er me roll ; 
Blest Saviour, then, in love, 
Fear and distrust remove ; 
O bear me safe above, 

A ransomed soul ! 



No. 223. 

S. F. Smith. 



MY COUNTRY! 'TIS OF THEE. 

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No. 224. COME, THOU ALMIGHTY KING. 



C. Wesley. 



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people bless, And give thy word success: Spir-it of ho - liness, On us de-scend! 
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No. 225. 

P. Doddridge. 



HAPPY DAY. 



E. F. RlMBAULT. 




f O hap- pv day, that fixed my choice On thee, my Saviour and my God!) 
(Well may this glowing heart re-joice, And tell its raptures all a- broad./ 

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To him who merits all my love ! 
Let cheerful anthems fill his house, 
While to that sacred shrine I move. 



3 "lis done: the great transaction's done! 
I am my Lord's, and he is mine ; 
He drew me. and I followed on. 
Charmed to confess the voice divine. 



No. 226. 



REVIVE US AGAIN. 



Wm. P. Magkat. 




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3 All glory and praise to the Lamb that was slain, 

Who has borne all our sins, and has cleansed every stain. 

4 All glory and praise to the God of all grace. 

Who has bought us, and sought us. and guided our way. 

5 Revive us again ; fill each heart with thy love ; 
May each soul be rekindled with fire from above. 

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No. 227. 



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1. Prince of peace, con - trol my will; 

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3. May thy will, not mine, be done; 



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1 Holy Ghost, with light divine, 
Shine upon this heart of mine; 
Chase the shades of night away, 
Turn my darkness into day. 

2 Holy Ghost, with power divine, 
Cleanse this guilty heart of mine; 
Long hath sin, without control, 
Held dominion o'er my soul. 

3 Holy Ghost, with joy divine, 
Cheer this saddened heart of mine; 
Bid my many woes depart, 

Heal my wounded, bleeding heart. 

4 Holy Spirit, all divine, 

Dwell within this heart of mine; 
Cast down every idol-throne, 
Reign supreme— and reign alone. 

ANDREW REED. 



NO. 229. Lord, We Come. 7s. 

1 Lord, we come before thee now, 
At thy feet we humbly bow; 

O ! do not our suit disdain ; 
Shall we seek thee, Lord, in vain? 

2 Lord, on thee our souls depend ; 
In compassion now descend; 

Fill our hearts with thy rich grace, 
Tune our lips to sing thy praise- 

3 Send some message from thy word, 
That may joy and peace afford ; 
Let thy Spirit now impart 

Full salvation to each heart. 

4 Grant that all may seek and find 
Thee a gracious God, and kind ; 
Heal the sick, the captive free ; 
Let us all rejoice in thee. 

WM. HAMMOND. 



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1 Depth of mercy ! can there be 
Mercy still reserved for me? 
Can my God his wrath forbear? 
Me, the chief of sinners, spare? 

2 I have long withstood his grace, 
Long provoked him to his face ; 
Would not hearken to his calls ; 
Grieved him by a thousand falls. 

3 Kindled his relentings are; 
Me he now delights to spare ; 
Cries, "How shall I give thee up?'' 
Lets the lifted thunder drop. 

4 There for me the Saviour stands, 
Shows his wounds, and spreads his 
God is love ! I know, I feel ; [hands; 
Jesus weeps and loves me still. 

CHARLES WESLEY. 




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NO. 231. Holy Bible, Book Divine. 



1 Holy Bible, book divine, 
Precious treasure, thou art mine; 
Mine, to tell me whence I came ; 
Mine to teach me what I am. 

2 Mine, to chide me when I rove ; 
Mine, to show a Saviour's love : 
Mine art thou to guide my feet; 
Mine to judge, condemn, acquit. 

3 Mine to comfort in distress, 
If the Holy Spirit bless; 
Mine, to show by living faith 
Man can triumph over death. 

4 Mine to tell of joys to come, 
And the rebel sinner's doom; 
O thou holy book divine, 
Precious treasure, thou art mine. 

JOHN BURTON, SR. 



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1 Come, thou Fount of every blessing, 

Tune my heart to sing thy grace; 
Streams of mercy, never ceasing, 

Call for songs of loudest praise. 
Teach me some melodious sonnet, 

Sung by flaming tongues above ; 
Praise the mount, I'm fixed upon it, 

Mount of thy redeeming love ! 

2 Here I'll raise mine Ebenezer, 

Hither, by thy help, I'm come; 
And I hope, by thy good pleasure, 

Safely to arrive at home. 
Jesus sought me, when a stranger, 

Wand'ring from the fold of God: 
He, to rescue me from danger, 

Interposed his precious blood ! 

3 O ! to grace how great a debtor, 

Daily I'm constrained to be ! 
Let thy goodness, like a fetter, 

Bind my wand'ring heart to thee! 
Prone to wander. Lord, I feel it, 

Prone to leave the God I love ; 
Here's my heart, O take and seal it! 

Seal it for thy courts above. 

R. ROBINSON. 



NO. 233. Tune -874 Hymnal. 

1 What a friend we have in Jesus, 

All our sins and griefs to bear! 
What a privilege to carry 

Everything to God in prayer! 
O what peace we often forfeit, 

O what needless pain we bear- 
All because we do not carry 

Everything to God in prayer. 

2 Have we trials and temptations? 

Is there trouble anywhere? 
We should never be discouraged, 

Take it to the Lord in prayer. 
Can we find a friend so faithful, 

Who will all our sorrows share? 
Jesus knows our every weakness, 

Take it to the Lord in prayer. 

3 Are we weak and heavy laden, 

Cumbered with a load of care? 
Precious Saviour, still our refuge, 

Take it to the Lord in prayer. 
Do thy friends despise, forsake thee? 

Take it to the Lord in prayer; 
In his arms he'll take and shield thee, 

Thou wilt find a solace there. 

JOSEPH SCRIVEN. 



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NO. 234. Come, Ye Sinners. 



1 Come, ye sinners, poor and needy, 

Weak and wounded, sick and sore 
Jesus ready stands to save you, 
Full of pity, love, and power: 

He is able, 
He is willing, doubt no more. 

2 Now, ye needy, come and welcome, 

God's free bounty glorify ; 
True belief and true repentance. 
Every grace that brings you nigh, 

Without money, 
Come to Jesus Christ and buy. 

3 Let not conscience make you linger, 

Nor of fitness fondly dream ; 
All the fitness he requireth 
Is to feel your need of him : 

This he gives you ; 
'Tis the Spirit's glimm'ring beam. 

4 Come, ye weary, heavy laden, 

Bruised and mangled by the fall ; 
If you tarry till you're better, 



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You will never come at all ; 

Not the righteous, 
Sinners, Jesus came to call. 

JOSEPH HART. 

NO. 235. The Pilgrim's Guide. 

1 Guide me, O thou great Jehovah, 

Pilgrim through this barren land; 
I am weak, but thou art mighty ; 
Hold me with thy powerful hand: 

Bread of heaven, 
Feed me till I want no more. 

2 Open, Lord, the crystal fountain, 

Whence the healing waters flow$ 
Let the fiery, cloudy pillar 
Lead me all my journey through : 

Strong Deliverer, 
Be thou still my strength and shield. 

3 When I tread the verge of Jordan, 

Bid my anxious fears subside; 
Bear me through the swelling current ; 
Land me safe on Canaan's side: 

Songs of praises. 
I will ever give to thee. 

WILLIAM WILLIAMS. 



No. 236. 



Isaac Watts. 
Spirited. 



WE'RE MARCHING TO ZION. 

Rev. R. Lowry, by per. 



1. Come, ye that 

2. Let those re 

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love the Lord, And let your joys be known ; Join 
fuse to sing Who nev - er knew our God; But 
Zi - on yields A thou - sand sa - cred sweets; Be - 
songs a - bound, And ev - 'ry tear be drv; We're 




in a song with sweet ac - cord, Join in a song with sweet ac-cord, 
chil-dren of the heav'n-ly King, But chil-dren of the heav'n-ly King, 
fore we reach the heav'n-ly fields, Be - fore we reach the heav'n-ly fields', 
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sur - round his throne, While ye sur-round his 

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We're march-ing on to Zi - on, 



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No. 237. SHALL WE GATHER AT THE RIVER? 




Rev. R. Lowry, bv per. 



1. Shall we gath-er at the riv - er Where bright an - gel feet have trod; 

2. On the mar-gin of the riv - er, Wash - ing up its sil - ver spray, 

3. Ere we reach the shin-ing riv - er, Lay we ev - 'ry bur- den down ; 

4. Soon we'll reach the sil- ver riv - er, Soon our pil-grim-age will cease; 



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1 Stand up ! stand up for Jesus ! 

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Lift high his royal banner, 

It must not suffer loss : 
From vict'ry unto vict'ry 

His army he shall lead, 
Till every foe is vanquished, 

And Christ is Lord indeed. 

2 Stand up ! stand up for Jesus 1 

Stand in his strength alone ; 
The arm of flesh will fail you ; 

Ye dare not trust your own : 
Put on the gospel armor, 

And, watching unto prayer, 
Where duty calls or danger, 

Be never wanting there. 

3 Stand up ! stand up for Jesus ! 

The strife will not be long ; 
This day the noise of battle, 

The next the victor's song : 
To him that overcometh, 

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He with the King of glory 

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1 The morning light is breaking; 

The darkness disappears ; 
The sons of earth are waking 

To penitential tears: 
Each breeze that sweeps the ocean 

Brings tidings from afar, 
Of nations in commotion. 

Prepared for Zion's war. 

2 See heathen nations bending 

Before the God we love, 
And thousand hearts ascending 

In gratitude above ; 
While sinners, now confessing, 

The gospel call obey, 
And seek the Saviour's blessing, 

A nation in a day. 

3 Blest river of salvation, 

Pursue thine onward way ; 

Flow thou to every nation, 
Nor in thy richness stay : 

Stay not till all the lowly- 
Triumphant reach their home ; 

Stay not till all the holy 
Proclaim, " The Lord is come ! " 

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239, 31- 

is, «. 45, «. lis; 112; in, si, 266, 



91, 14*. 24, 44, 76, 111, 114., 126, 169, 
8, 140, 161, 174, 179, 188. 

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152, 1*4. 1*7, 169, 180, 189, 1S6, 2». 

rfatiaa life, 1, 8, 10, 34, 45, 47, 60, 173, 138, 2H, 

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68, S2, MB. 112. 162, 37, 117. 
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186. 



7. 1», 1SJ, 161, 2, 163, 196, 215. 

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1S5, 211, 19, 137, 176, 159, 185, 



» 121 1.4 131,136,145, 
IS, 1^, 16* 18*181, 183.18ft, 222, 224 227, 

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Drffe, 26, 1M, 116, 12, 205,228)1,222,18,93, 110, 
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LdTes, 22. 

Lore for, 186, 4. 

Morning Star, 175, 197. 

My Saviour, 29, 41, 39. 

Name of 75, 208, 209, 23, 150. 

Not ashamed of, 197. 

Passing by, 140. 

Precious, 12, 123. 

Rock, 39,41,133. 

Redeemer, 23, 77. 

Saxes. 5, 16. 79, 190. 

Shepherd, 21, 88, 116. 

Story of, 157. 

The Light, 14 

Trusting in, 12, 191, 86 
Joy. 11, 12, 15, 16, 24, 42, 48, 95, 128, 165, 171, 
190, 225. 

Keeping power, 16, 39, 59, 136 
Kingdom of Christ, 27, 194, 209. 

Light, 14, 8, 10, 11, 37, 96, 109, 122, 146, 147, 149, 

228,242. 
Lore, 4, 46, 49, 123, 146, 165, 169, 186, 195, 230. 
Loyalty, 163, 2, 4, 34, 153, 217. 241. 

Marching Songs, 32, 52, 57, 70, 2, 159, 163, 166, 

173, 236. 
Mercy. 83, 230, 167. 
Miscellaneous, 9, 26, 46, 56, 62, 106, 130, 132, 

Missionary, 5, 20, 50, 72, 148, 193, 194, 242. 

National, 223. 

Nearness to Christ, 181, 15, 27, 137, 156, 239. 

Peace 100 22" 

Penitential, 185, 25. 230, 133, 189, 195, 199. 

Praise. 115. 224, 232, 209, 210, 1. 4. 16, 23, 33, 36, 

74, 91, 95, 126, 155, 164, 171, 176, 193, 198, 

202 243. 247. 
Praver, 17, 40, 145, 233, 38, 94. 246. 
Prodigal, 12. 81 
Progress, 34, 70, 117, 173, 201. 
Promises, 154, 2, 90, 
Rally, 22. 

Redeemed, 167, 155. 164. 
Rescue Work, 3, 13, 20, 2, 62, 64, 65, 67, 69, 26, 

12. 
Rest, 76, 106, 106, 156. 207, 40, 145. 
Resurrection, 170, 126. 
ReviTal, 212, 226. 

Sabbath, 55,135. 

SalTation. 5, 16, 24, 42, 49, 50, 59, 79. 97. 105, 

176, 185, 189, 190. 
Serrice, S, 37, 47, 50, 62, 65, 66. 69, 72, 76, 144, 
163, 24. 

andReapn. - . ' 68 69,182. 
le, 6, 10, 11, 15, 37, 147. 
Supplication, 19, 2, 43, 116, 124, 131. 133, 134, 

183, 212. 21- 
Tfp'WIil, 64. 65, 176, 26 
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Walking -with God, 10, 14, 93. 96, 104, 116. 

57, 70, 2, 17i 2.(6, 22, 241. 

Watchfulness, 94. 166. 24, 22. 
Water of life, 6, 61, 107 . 

Youth, 22, 69. 173. 

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Titles in Capitals ; First lines in Roman ; Choruses in Italics. 



No. I 

Abide with me, fast . . 239 

Abiding and confidi . 114 
a blessing in prayer i45 

A charge to keep I . .214 

Alas ! and did my . . . 185 

All hail the power of . 209 

All praise to him who . 23 

All to Jesus I surrend . 7 

America, 6s, 4s. . . . 223 

Am I a soldier of the . 206 

Amid the trials which . 99 

And above the rest . . 1 15 

And can I yet delay . .215 

An open Bible for the . 109 

Are you coming to . 89 

Are you readv ? . . . .188 

Ariel, C. P.M. . . .198 

Arlington, C. M. . . 204 

A shout of victory . 32 

Ask the Saviour to . .178 

A song of praise . .115 

At my Redeemer's . . 77 

At the cross, at the . .185 

At the sounding of the . 127 

Awake ! awake ! O . . 56 

Awake, my soul ! . . . 201 

A wonderful Saviour 39 

Azmon, CM 207 

Bear the cross for Jesus .111 
Beautiful land . . . .187 
Beautiful robes . . 98 
Beautiful Sabbath . 135 
Beautiful waters of . 28 
Beautiful white clouds . 132 
Bells of love and peace . 158 
Beloved ! now are we . 102 
Be not afraid . . .110 
Beside the gate of . . . 61 
Blessed assurance . . 91 
Blessed be the name . 23 

Blessed home 117 

Blessed hour of prayer 40 
Blessed Lily of the . . 44 
Blessed Saviour, thou . 1 60 
Blest be the tie that . .213 
Blest word of God . .109 



Boylston, S. M. . . . 
Brightest and best of the 
Bringing in the . . . 
Bring them in ... 
Building day by day . 
By faith and not by . 



No. 

213 

149 

182 

21 

60 

104 



Changing, ever changingi62 

Close to thy cross, O 19 

i Come close to the . 156 

j Come, contrite one and 140 

I Come home 81 

Come home, ye that are 1 61 
I Come joy or pain . . . 77 
Come, let us join our . 202 \ 
Come, O come, to-day . 87 
Come, O come, where 61 
Come, sinners, to the 97 
Come, thou Almighty . 224 
Come, thou Fount of . 232 
Come to this valley of .106 
Come weal, come woe .110 
Come, ye sinners, poor . 234 ; 
Come, ye that love the . 236 } 
Come, ye weary and . . 85 
I Coronation, C. M. . . 209 

Dennis, S. M 212 

Depth of mercy ! can . 230 
Down at the cross where 176 
Do you fear the foe will 8 
Do you know the blessed 80 
Draw me nearer . , . 181 
Draw me to Thee . . 27 | 
Duke St., L. M. . . . 103 

! Each cooing dove and . 58 

Encamped along the 26 

Enough for me . . .169 

Enter into thy closet i 7 

' Entire consecration 139 

; Eventide, ios. . . . 239 

j Faith is the victory . 26 
Father, take my hand 136 
Fill to overflowing . 6 
Follow all the way . 53 



No. 

Follow, follow, where his 54 
Footprints of Jesus . . 73 
For all the Lord has . 4 
Forever here my rest . 207 
Forward in His Name 34 
For you and for me . 161 
From all that dwell 
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Gathering home . , 
Gather the sheaves 
Gentle words of patient 
Glad all the day . 
Gliding away .... 
Gloria Fatri .... 
Glory, glory, hallelujah! 49 
Glory! O glory! Jesus .155 
Glory to his name . 176 
God be with you . . 141 
god is able to deliver 59 
Golden sunbeams Wound 15 

Good night 142 

Go, tell the world of his 148 
Go, WORK TO-DAY . . 69 
Grace! 'tis a charming 219 
Great and glorious, all 1 72 
Greenville, 8s, 7s, D. 234 
Guide me, O, thou great 235 

Hallelujah ! hallelujah ! t>3> 
Hallelujah ! thine the . 226 
Hamburg, L. M. . . . 196 

Happy day 225 

Hark ! 'tis the Master . 54 
Hark! O, hark ! a chorus 96 
Hark ! 'tis the Shepherd's 21 
Harvester, harvester . . 67 
Have you had a kindness 47 
Heavenly Father, this I 43 
He came to save me . 190 
He hideth my soul . 39 
Heirs to the kingdom of 148 

He is able 59 

He is calling . . . .105 
He is mine, I am his . 44 
He is waiting, he is . . 80 
He'll mention them . 24 



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No. 

He'll wipe the tears 51 

He saves me 16 

Holy Bible, book divine 231 
Holy Ghost, with light 228 
Holy, holy, holy, Lord . 1 
Holy Spirit, faithful 151 

Horton, 7s 227 

How beautiful to walk in 10 
How I love my ... 49 
How sweet the name of 208 
Hursley, L. M. . . . 31 



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I am notskilPdto . . 
I am Thine, O Lord .181 
I am waiting for the . .120 
I ask not for the highest . 77 
I do not ask to walk by . 104 
I have heard my Saviour 53 
I have learned the . .114 
I know, I know, he . .146 
I know I love thee . .123 
I'll live for Him . . 153 

I'll rejoice 95 

I love thy Kingdom . .217 
I LOVE TO TELL THE . 1 57 
I'm abiding in . . .114 
I'm going home . . . 203 
I m on the way . . . . 1 7 1 | 
Pm so glad .... 190 
I MUST TELL JESUS . . 38 
I NEVER WILL CEASE TO 4 

hi my Father's blessed 18 
In the cross of Christ I 21 1 
IN THE RESURRECTION I70 
Into the tent where a . 50 

I SHALL BE LIKE HlM . 92 

I shall knotv him . . 113 
IS MY NAME WRITTEN . 1 79 
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IT WAS SPOKEN FOR THE 78 

Fve anchored my soul . 76 | 

I WANT TO BE A ... I44 

I will praise my great . 95 
I will shout His . . 128 
I will work, I will pray 144 

Jesus, and shall it ever 197 
Jesus bids us shine . . 147 
Jesus for me .... 41 
Jesus is inviting . . .107 
Jesus is passing by . . 140 
Jesus is the Light, the . 14 
Jesus, Jesus, how I trust 121 

Jesus lives ! 22 

Jesus, Lover of my soul 191 
Jesus my Saviour, is all 41 
Jesus now is calling . 85 

Jesus saves ! 5 

Jesus, Saviour, pilot me 134 



No. 

I Jesus shall reign where'er 194 
1 Jesus the loving Shepherd 88 
Jesus, the Saviour, is . &$ 
Jesus touched my . . 79 
Joyfully march along . . 12 
i Just a little sunshine 37 
I Just a little while . 125 
: Just as I am, without . 152 

Keep in the line . . 71 

; Keep step, ever . . . .173 

Laban, S. M 220 

Lead me gently home 118 
Lead me, Saviour . .124 
Leaning on the . . 93 
Leave it to Him . . 138 

Let Him in 82 

Let the blessed sunshine 8 
Let us gather up the . . 62 
Life wears a different . 15 
Like a bird on the deep 86 
Like an army, we are 57 
Lily of the Valley, he . 44 
Looking this way . .175 
Look up, lift up . . . 3 
Lord God, the Holy . 218 
Lord, I am Thine . . 196 
Lord, I care not for . 179 
Lord, I seek thee . .160 
Lord Jesus, I long to be 180 
Lord, we come before . 229 
Lovingly, tenderly . 88 
Loyalty to the . . 163 



Maitland, CM.. . . 103 
Make me more like . 43 
Many are the homes that 64 
Marching, brave and . .57 
Marching on to . . 52 
Marching to the land i 68 
March on, march on . 32 
Martyn, 7s. D. . . . 192 
Meet me there . . . 119 
Memories of galilee 58 
Mercy is boundless . 83 
Mighty army of the . . 22 
More about Jesus . . 45 
More and more, more . 43 
More like Jesus . . . 162 
Mourn for the thousands 216 
Murmuring softly ... 28 
Music and love ... 9 
Must Jesus bear the cross 103 
My country, 'tis of thee 223 
My faith looks up to thee 222 
My Father, I would cling 136 
My heart uplifts a happy 1 15 
My heaveuly home is . 203 
My Jesus, I love thee . 186 
My life, my love, I give 153 



No. 

My Saviour 29 

My Saviour, first of 113 
My sins are all taken . 24 
My soul, be on thy guard 221 
My soul in sad exile . . 76 
My soul sings glory all . 24 

Nearer the cross . . 137 
Nettleton, 8s., 7s., D. 232 
Nic^a. ii, 12, 10 . . . 1 
Nothing but the . .177 
Not one forgotten . 18 
Now like an army . . 71 
Now o'er all the glad . 172. 

O BLESSED HOPE . . . 102 
O bless the Lord, what 171 
O can we say, we are . 166 
O could I speak the . .198 
O for a faith that will not205 
O for a heart to praise 204 
O for a thousand tongues 210 
O Galilee ! sweet . . 58 
O God of heavn, make 64. 
O happy day, that fixed 225, 
Old Hundred, L. M . 243. 
Olivet, 6s., 4s. ... 222 
O love surpassing . . . 169 
One thing I know . .146 
Only waiting . . . .120 
On, steadily on ! ... 52 
On the happy golden 119 

On the way 171 

Onward, Christian . 70 
O precious is the flow . 177 
O scatter seeds ot loving 68 
O Spirit of faith and love 184 
O spread the tidings . . 101 
O the best Friend to have 84 
O the grace that brings 42 
O the morning, happy . 142 
O the Saviour now is 87 
O they tell me of a home 122 
O ! to be like thee .112 
Our friends on earth we 25 
Out on the midnight . 27 
Over the river faces I see 175 
O what everlasting . . 6 
O what singing, O what 30 
O why are you clinging 108 
O will you let the . .174 

Parting hymn, ios . . 238 
Passing by, passing by 140 

Pass it on 47 

Pass me not, O gentle . 183 
Peacefully, tranquilly, . 156 
Peace, peace, sweet peace 100 
Perishing souls over the 20 
Pilot me, 7s., 61. . . . 134 



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No. 

Pleyel, 7s 230 

Pour out the woes that . 1 7 
Praise God from . 115,243 
Praise the Lord in . 36 
Prais* the Lord! Praise 74 
Praise the Lord, ye . 33 
Praise to God our . . 74 
Prince of Peace, control 227 

Rathbun, 8s., 7s. . .211 
Redeemed, how I love 167 
Refuge, 7s , D. ... 191 
Rejoice, Rejoice, the 12 
Remember the Sabbath 55 
Rescue the perishing 65 
Rest if you will . . 108 
Revive thy work ,0 Lord 212 
Revive us again . . . 226 
Ring the merry bells 158 
Rock of ages .... 133 

Sailing o'er the restless 130 
Salvation full, salvation 97 
Saviour again to thy dear 238 
Saviour lead me, lest I . 124 
Saviour, Saviour, hear . 183 
Scatter seeds of kind- 62 
Seeds of promise . . 68 
Shall we gather at the . 237 
Since i found my Sav- 15 
Softlyand tenderly Jesus 161 
Soldiers for Jesus rise . 71 
Someone is knocking at 174 
Sometimes we grope . . 96 
Sowing in the morning 182 
Speed away ! speed . 72 
Spirit of faith, come . . 220 
Standing on the prom- i 54 
Stand up, stand up for . 241 
Steersman, steersman, . 130 
Stepping in the light 10 
Stretch out thy hand 131 
St. Thomas, S. M. . . 217 
Sun of my soul, thou . . 31 
Sunshine in the soul . 11 
Sunshine, sunshine, . . 37 
Sweet are the promises 2 
Sweetest note in seraph 150 
Sweetly, Lord, have we 73 
Sweet peace, the gift 100 

Take my life, and let it be 139 
Tell it again .... 50 
Tenderly, soft and clear 9 
Thanks be to Jesus, his 83 
The Apostles' Creed 244 
The beautiful land . 187 
The beautiful light . 14 
The best friend is . 84 
The blessed Name . 75 



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The bright morning . 
The city beyond . . 
The Comforter has . 
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The gospel feast . . 97 
The grace and joy of 42 
The great physician 150 
The half has never beenl2T, 
The harvest call . . 56 
The haven of rest . 76 
The lights of home . 130 
The long roll call is . . 34 
The Lord's prayer . 246 
The Lord watch between 240 
The morning light is . 242 
Then cleave to the . . 90 
Then day by day along 68 
There are souls, perishing 20 
There comes to my heart 100 
There is a fountain filled 199 
There is a name I love . 75 
There is rest, sweet rest 145 
There's a blessing in . . 145 
There's a feast now . . 89 
There's a great day . . 188 
There ' s a song that . . 32 
There's a stranger at the 82 
There's a wideness in . 105 
There's a word offender 18 
There's sunshine in my 11 
The Sabbath comes with 55 
The Saviour invites you 81 
The Saviour is myall 155 
The soul cheering . 90 
The ten command . 245 
The unclouded day . 122 
The well by the gate 61 
This is my story, this is 91 
Though your sins be as 189 
Thou thinkest Lord . 99 
Throw out the life . 13 
Thy Holy Spirit, Lord . 184 

Till we meet 141 

'Tis Jesus knocks at . .174 
'Tis so sweet to . . 
'Tis the blessed . . 
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200 
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Up to the bountiful . . 63 
Valley of Eden beyond . 106 



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Wave the royal . 
W. C. T U. song . . 
We are building in 
We are glad, so glad 
We are marching on to 
We are marching to a 
We are singing on 
We are walking in the 
Webb, 7s., 6s. . . . 
We have heard of a . 
We have heard the . 
We know not the trials 
Welcome for me . 
We'll never say good 
We'll sing of the statutes 
We'll work for the night 
We march to victory 
We praise thee, O God 226 
We're marching to Zion 236 
We shall walk with him 98 
We walk by faith .116 
What a fellowship, what 93 
What a Friend we have 233 
What a gathering . 127 
What can wash away . 177 
When darkness shrouds 51 
When I shall reach the 92 
When I survey the . .195 
When Jesus comes to . 166 
When Jesus laid his . 190 
When my life work is .113 
When our ships come 30 
When the roll is . .126 
When the sun is shining 48 
When the trumpet of the 126 
When we meet in the . 129 
Where he leads, I'll 2 
Where he leads me, I will 53 
Where his voice is . 54 
Whiter than snow . 180 
Who may come . 
Why go around with 
Why will vou stay ? 
Will Jesus find us 
Will you let the 
Wimborn, us., 10s 
With songs of joy, your 12 
Wonderful story of . 46 
Wondrous love . . .165 
Woodworth, L. M. . 152 
Work for the Master 66 
Worthy is the Lamb 164 
Would you gain the best 173 

Yes, we'll gather at the 237 
Yield not to temptation 178 
You ask what makes me 128 

You're invited .... 89 

Zerah, CM 200 



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